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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

Saturday, JUNE 26; 1909, THE DESERET FARMER M 1 SUMMER USE OF THE MANURE SPREADER. There are a great many implements on the farm that can be used but a few days or, at most, a week in a year, like the harvester or the corn planter, while there are other imple ments that can and should be used at intervals the year round. The manure spreader is an example of this last named class and we 'believe that it will pay every farmer who owns a manure spreader to keep the same in use at every opportunity, especially in the summer. Assuredly every owner of a manure spreader realizes ' its' superiority over the fork in spread ing manure, in makng the handling of manure more rapid and less dis agreeable and in making it possible to distribute the labor of getting manure I to the fields throughout the year. We doubt, however, if all farmers who own manure spreaders make as much of this last-named advantage as they should. By allowing a spreader to stand idle in the shed when there is manure to be...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

H i THJS DESERET JFARMER SATURDAY, JUNE a6, 1909. I 1 THE HOME. H Edited by Miss Hazel Love, A. C. U. H RECEIPES. VEGETABLES. B Corn. H 1 qt. cut corn, 1 teaspoon salt, z H cup' milk, 2 tablespoons butter. B Husk the corn and remove the silk H (a stiff whisk broom is useful for B this). With a sharp knife cut down H the center of each row of kernels, B and scrape or grate the corn from B the cob. Cook the com for twenty B minutes; add the milk, salt, and but- B tcr. Serve as soon as heated through. H Corn on Cob. H Husk the com and remove the silk. H Cook from twenty to forty minutes H in boiling salted water. The corn H' baked in the inner shuck for thirty H minutes is sometimes served. H Stuffed Egg Plant H 4 egg plants, icup tomato sauce, H 4 tablespoons butter, 2 eggs, H. J4 teaspoon pepper, 1 cup crumbs. H 2 teaspoons salt, H Wash the egg plant, and cook in H boiling water for fifteen "minutes. H When cold, cut in half, and throw H away the seed. With a spoon re- H move the pul...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

saturMV, June 4a ""ij-s fi . . fligERET FARMS& .. . the -mother herself practices keen ob. scrvation and comparative study of' her different children. The mother ! with four, five or six, has better op portunities of developing her own in tellectual life, than the mother with one child or two children; because in a large family there arc always great er difference of disposition and ca pacity among the children and they re act on their mother and on each other . in more ways, and more interesting ways. The ideal mother sees to the proper directing and stimulating or the cn tire family to the intelligent use of books and other readings. The even, ing is the most valuable time for the discharging of this educational func tion which lasts them all their lives and is transmitted to their descend ants.. That which we do which is of most worth to the world gives us the most satisfaction. What is more beautiful than to sccmothcr surrounded by her children all listening to a story, each...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

H U . ' THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1909. I Osborne Mower H. JJL vi' js. The main frame is cast in one I f wffi!&kffJJ piece and extends to the wheels B II iPtmKi" 1 ' '"wwii aiRl -s so innclc that the bearings H v JPrMMjY3 P-atc on both sides. This keeps H f xJrlflKS' 1C man s-iaft from springing H jv jfipjiyJV when a wheel drops into a hole. H 1s!b&& f-10 gc11 s completely en- H fl SS closed. No other machine so I Utah Implement-Vehicle Co. St'iTSS VJiuJ!N I 1 IRRIGATION WORK OF LAND RECLAMA- TION. B Arthur Hooker, secretary of the B board of control of the National Ir- B rition Congress, will present a rcs- B olution for approval by that organi- B zation at its seventeenth sessions in B Spokane, August 9 to 14, mcmoraliz- B ing Congress to issue 3 per cent gold B bonds, running 100 years, to the m amount of $5,000,000,000, or as much H thereof as may be necessary, for the a following specific purposes: H One billion dollars for drainage of H overflowed and s...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1909. THE SfisfRET FAfiM.Efi s 16" t W.ithin the arid ad semi-arid por tions of the w stern states nearly 124,000,000 acres are covchcr with woodland, of value for fuel, fenc posts and other purposes cscntial to the success of the farmers. There also is 97,000,000 acres covered witn heavy forests having commercial value for timber and logs for sam- ' mills, also hundreds of thousands of acres of timber land in other parts '. I the United States. Reforestation and conservation of the vast re sources arc necessary to provide fu ture generations with timber and umber supplies. The government is expending large amounts of money every year to protect its forests from itrcs, yet expert lumbermen say that mere standing timber is destroyed by Haines annually than is convcted into ! merchantable lumber b ythc saw- mi!." Mr. Hooker said it is1 likely that his ! resolution will be presented to the various interests of the irrigation congress for discussion and will aftc" war...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 June 1909

B S. J. STOOKEY, Pres. C. G: PAT TEROQkSecy. C. FRANK EMERY, Treas. i I Wasatch ffffeduce Co. I (Incoorate) 11 Successors to I I BROOK RANCH COMMISSION CO? j 1 I 64 Richards St ., Salt Lake City I I WE ARE PREPARED I I to handle your business. I H 1 Highest Market Prices Guaranteed on all consignments of Pro- 1 I duce of any Nature. ,lpfc -'V"" . . , 1 J Prompt Remittances . Homesfetipris.,. . U 1 H- ' W . Sead for a bunch of our Shipping Tags and . . ' ; ..!RiN;i I ' 4aiTl4lLfe 1 '''- -';:..::':T 1 B HBBE Hr? 'fl I ; - -wy ' - v4?rtNaMiirw ;, aH Grow Seeds at Home LB i B Why should we be compelled to import B seeds which can as well be crown here? " B H j : '; We have the Pure Seed stock , ! I "plant now B Beans, Watermelons, Canteloupes B , Sweet Corn, Etc. J "f U B T B &; f H A Post "Card will bring ourTfices f I I Porter-Walton Gif. i aH 'W A Salt Lake City . f h " j . v j. ' i ' " . ,-H llllh lfDW III JM1 to. profitable farming is the Champion ' fl lrf?fl l ll'l'l l H ill n...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

i H BBBBBBHBBHBHBBflflHHHHBBBBBHBHBBHHBHBBHHHHH H 1 SflHBHHMHBHIHIHflHHHHIflBfliHIHIflBHHfliBHBHBfliHflBBiHHHi h l B H1 mm h jzmw wl. B B B y H H HHuClHTTifw' jJ MSmSSSBUg Wv w& h m H H m Ardf ' " ' i 1 1 mm l W " y Vw MMBI H Hi H Mm m ArJGfTT t '" "t ifM"B IS SJ' '"7,,,ii?VSriSQf"l''' WBBBBiM H H H B Z!ZjZZZ B .HB H HBBHIBIflBBIIIHBIIBBIBBBBIB 1 'B H OFFICIAL ORGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 1XTJJNSI0N DEPARTMENT H ! I VOL. 5; WO. XLVIII. SALf LAKE CITY, UTAH JULY 3. 1909 M L I .CREAM SEPARATOR-, I I T ' I I DISCRIMINATING BUYERStl I I ' m I Among the leading breeders and disqriminating dairymen the A Aw I B t H K H I United States Separator is recognized as the Best High Grade I H fl K HI Separator made, and is' used by them. 1 QQ I I 1 KJp H We want the opportunity to demonstrate to prospective pur- Jl . Vr I I B Bo chasers that the United States is cheapest in the long run. l " 1H fl p - It costs nomorthan uO;y WBl wT of equal capacity. It lasts longer, gives less "fv' h I trouble...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

j; , , , THE DESEREfr FARMER ' sAturday, July 3, ig6. r fGRIGULTURE H ENRICHING THE SOIL. H Dr. Hopkins' Striking Illustration of H What Does and What Doesn't H Do H Dr. Cyril G. Hopkins of the Univor- H &uy of5 Illinois spoke to the students M ui the Charleston Nannai schoo and H farmers' institute) of that district H making some of the clearest and most fl needed distinctions about soil truth m and what the school teachers can do, M that have yet gone into print. The M personal inilucncc of this earnest 1 farmer-chemist-tcaeher, full of his H subject, and arguing simply and di- H reclly from plain, definite, proven H facts, right out of the laboratory and H farmers' fields, made a strong, help- H fill impressions upon these young men H and women who may guide the H thought of thousands of own younu H people to sec the truth about our soils, H the truth that affects our whole pop- H ulntion. Here are some of hr3 intro- H ductory ideas: H Oldest Art and Newest Science. H Theme a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

r Saturday, JULY 3, 19 09. THE DESERET FARMER 3 H j I .-...., 3 u -L) A Y I I SEPARATOR SALE Beginning June 21 Ending July 20 I We will Accept Orders for Empire Cream Separators I ' Sale Prices As Follows Regular Prices I ;:. No. 1 A JO' No. 1 A i I GAPACI1Y 350 POUNDS PER HOUR jgf CAPACITY 350 mm m H0UR I I : $48.25 lit $65.00 I CAPACITY 475 POUNDS FEB HOUR JIM CAPACITY 47S POUNDS PER HOUR I I $58.50 sH $85.00 I I These are New, Up-to-Date Guaranteed Separators I I CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER I MILLER-CAHOON COMPANY I "PIONEER IMPLEMENT DEALERS OP UTAH." I ; L. C. Miller, Gen'l Manager MURRAY, UTAH I , : : niiii in ini.,irt.,M.ti ,, ,-,.... . T rr il"l jirjiniii'rrr-ri-TJi"-fiAi' mTfiii'rjrjiiiriiriiriioifLfnrin I J . Ji

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H 4, Tia DiSgE-SBT FARMER Saturday, juttf 3, xda$. H rUE JDJDSEKET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Moutain B Farming." H Established 1004 H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers Association. H Icar River Valley Farmers' Protcc- H tivc and Commercial Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- H eret Farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, H Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake City, Utah. M Subscription price $1.00 per year M (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. B The publishers must be notified in m writing, at time of expiration, when M discontinuance of subscription is dc- M sired, and all arrears must be paid. Advertising rates made known up- M on application. Tlic right is reserved B to reject questionable advertising. H All communications and rc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

. SATURDAY, JULY 3, igog. THE DESERET FARMER H Eggs arc laid on alfalfa in April and May. the larvae or worms be- 1 coming full grown in the latter part of July, spinning a lace-like cocoon, t frpm which later issues the small, brown, hard-shelled weevil. This Ny'ccvil hibernates through the winter in any sheltered place; ditch banks, fence rows, alfalfa plants, weeds, etc. The first crop should be cut as '.arly as' possible. The ground disced and cross-disced as soon as the hay is off and then gone over with a lev eller in the same way. These opera tions will kill a large percentage of the young worms. Then force the second crop as rapidly as possible, and repeat the discing and levelling. Clean up all the ditch banks, old stack grounds and rubbish early in thvfall by burning. . Ship no hay out of infested region. 'The bulletin was written by Prof. E. G. Titus of the Extension Staff. f INFUSION OF NEW BLOOD ' AND ENERGY. It affords us pleasure to make men- lion of our enterprising ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H c THE DESER35T FARMER SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909. I HOLSTEINS H Bulls and Bull Calves for sale. Sired by Canary Tet do Kol H His sire and dam aro both brother and sister to the sire of H Ihe world's champion cow. Grace Fay no 2nd Homestead, H Butter 35.55 pounds in 7 days. "(Also Woodside Paupet; Dom Paupet, A. R. 0. 23.153 lbs. H in 7 days. A great grand son of Old Bill Korndykp, A.R.O. . H 25.12 lbs. in 7 days. For pedigroes and prices write NELSON BROS. Richmond - Utah H MARKET QUOTATIONS. H Owing to our extensive circulation, H market reports must be closed Wcd- M nesday noon. Figures quoted arc Salt fl Lake wholesale prices. These quota- m tions are given at the request of many M subscribers and are furnished and M corrected weekly by the responsible H firm of Vogclcr Seed and Produce Co. Butter and Cheese. H Best creamery butter, 29; cheese, H full cream, 17 to 18c. H Vegetables. Potatoes, $1.75 to $1.80. H Poultry and Eggs. B Live hens, 14 to 15c per lb. P Dressed Hens, 17 to 1...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

Saturday, July 3, I9Q9- THE DEBERBT FARMER " j H IHIpiHj f . jtA 3M jj, "" - - u I Why not head your dairy herd with a Bull from the Cherry Creek Dairy Farm owned by NELSON BROS Richmond, Utah. ( classes of female cattle. Then the hog raiser who persists in fattening with tuberculosa material will be made to feel the cost of his indiffer ence or lack of knowledge. Today If T the buyer makes his' purchases with I the knowledge that a proportion of y his animal's will be condemned dnd the price fixed accordingly, with the result that the careful breeder suf fers with the careless one. This is not equitable. But when the packer buys subject to post-mortem results' the painstaking and intelligent raiser will receive more than he docs now and the ignorant or indifferent breed er will get less, v hich is more nearly a fair deal for all concerned. VI Are you interested in California, Arizona and Old Mexico, if so. it would be wUc to write for full infor mation about the shortest line and t...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H g THE DCSJERET FARMER SATURDAY, J.ULY 3, 1909. . , , t. I BUY A FARM I HEALTH And WEALTH ; ; H 1 AWAIT THE MAN WHO H SECURES A HOME IN H ONE OF THE FERTILE H FRUIT-GROWING AND ' H AGRICULTURAL VAL- H LEYS OF UTAH OR , H COLORADO. The ' , Denver 8 Rio Grande ; ; , REACHES THEM ALL. , Utah Valley Fruit Distict Green River Valley ; Grand River Valley 1 San Pete"! Sevier B Valley I Price Valley H; AND MWNY OTHERS : ' f WRITE FOR INFORMATION , I.A.BENT0N,6.A.P.D. 1 J SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH i 1 ; 1 Southern 1 I California I m I I! $30. I June 24 to July 10 inc. H For the round trip to Los H A'nge'cs, good returning to l October 31st, 1909. I ! First Spring Excursion ; HERE TODAY H ' THERE TOMORROW I OFFICE 169 S. MAIN ST. ' BOTH PHONES. I Tiie Salt Lake Route ; KENNETH C. KERR, 1 District Pacsenger Agent. DAIRYING - - 11 . . MAKING MILK TESTS . Many samples of milk arc sent to the Utah Agricultural Co'lcgc to be tested for buttcrfat and a large pro portion of these arrives in a bad con di...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

" SA1UKDAY, JULY 3, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER f H 1 Whether the above will fit Amcri- can conditions or not, it is at least a little ndarcr the truth than the general guesswork of most dairymen. If -Hoard's Dairyman. . 'L, EXTENSION DEPARTMENT WORK. y (Continued from page 5) A. 4 -Lions in cooking and sewing; study of it the composition and value of foods; planning, furnishing and care of the home; personal health and health of the family; home nuitsng and invalid ; cookery. Recipes and demonstrations f will be given for preparing soups, meats, vegetables, breads, cereals, fruits, salads, desserts, invalid cook- cry, and in canning and preserving ' and in serving meals, marketing and use of fuels. ' 1r . (jo '"- ? f F Evening Lectures. - our popular evening" lectures of Jin teres to all the community will be fa given. Some of these lectures' will be accompanied by a large number ot stcrcopticoni views. It is suggested that the local omjnittce in charge &, of the school arrange fo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H J THE DESEltKT FARMER Saturday, July 3, 1909. I I S. J. STOOKEY, Pres. C. G. PATTERSON, Secy. C. FRANK EMERY, Treas. I I Wasatch Produce Co. I H (Incorporated) c Successors to I I BROOK RANCH COMMISSION CO. I 64 Richards St I S.It Lake City I WE ARE PREPARED I to handle your business. I Highest Market Prices Guarantee! on all consignments of Pro- I duce of any Nature. I ! Prompt Remittances Honesl: Returns H Send for a bunch of our Shipping Tags and I I "GET ACQUAINTED" I It CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS M KELLERSTRASS STRAIN H 190S-09 Winners in Omaha, Fremont, Lincoln and Salt Lake City B 5. AND R. C, REDS j GrRtt Laying StreJn In ihm Vnttmd SUm rgrfs fr Hthln Ufivnftln UUlIf DNflh F.C. Frnoh, Ppr. Hj DayOhlCkloks m0lHl3in TlBW tiallGfl t3tht.&f.Rtd, Salt lkt li : I J:Mr ..jjjfl RHODE ISLAND RED vHffliHIHr COCKERELS, HENS AND PULLETS I S&&$SsBKS!s MY Hugh wT Smith M 'KhKN&& 888 E. 18T outh, alt lake city I FOR QUICK SALE, F.O.B. HERE f M a M-andy Lee Brooders at $...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

I SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER 1T place with ccyenne pepper or some other obnoxious substance, then set in a convenient place far the fowls to k taste. If the fowls arc provided, how I ever, with a proper ration including plenty of oyster shell or lime in some other form and also a sufficiently large number of attractive and com fortable nest boxes well supplied with proper nesting material and plac cd in a somewhat darkened and se cluded part of the coop, the cause of the trouble will be reduced to a min imum. If the few fowls that then ac quire the habit arc not considered too valuable for the dinner table and, as soon as discovered, ttrc dispatched for this purpose little loss from egg cat ers usually need be expected. PREPARING FOWLS FOR MARKET By C. G. Patterson of the Wasatch Produce Company. By far the most important step in the prcparaton of fowls for the con i sumcr is the manner of killing. The I method of killing not only affects the I 'plucking of the fowl,...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H 12 TH'lf DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY 3, 909. h .. . . . 1 HomeseekersI 1 THE WEST j CALLS YOU I H Innumerable opportunities H in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, H Oregon and Washington H for newcomers. H In the West, "Irrigation" H spells Certainty. CROPS H DO NOT FAIL. H The West needs more H people; more people need H to come Wect. Have you H thoucht about it? Havt V H you investigated it? W H For descriptive literature m H regarding Idaho, addreas: W H D. E. BURLEY, 1 H 1 H Gen. Passenger Agent, m H : Oregon Short Line f Railroad I H Company 1 H Salt Lake City, Utah 1 fl Kindly mention the "Deseret Far- H mcr" when writing to or doing busi- H ncss with our advertisers. H THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE kLIGHT RUNNING I NEWhoMF H IfyouwimtolthernVlhrntlnKHhuttlo. Rotary H Hhultlo or a Blnglo 'J bread Chain Mlloh m Sewing jSlnc lilno write to M THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY H Ornitoc, Mass. H Many sovln?maclnnri are made to icllregardtcM of M qualltj, but the Ac w Homo is made to...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

Saturday, JULY 3, i$6. QVH E DESERET FARMER ri H M EXTENSION DEPARTMENT m WORK. m (Continued from page 9) S as well as from the eighth grade of the public schools may be assigned to the work of this special short course. No tuition fee will be charged the I boys and girls taking the course. Upon H request, a list of questions covering I Date. County. 1 Nov. 22, 1909, Washington I Nov. 29, 1909. Iron 1 Dec. 6 1909. Millard Dec. 13, 1909. Bcavar Jaiu 10, 1910. Juab Jan. 17, 1910. Sevier Jan. 24 1910. Sanpete Jan. 31, 1910. Box Elder . Jan. 31, 1910. Davis k Feb. 7, 1910. Utah v ' Feb. 14 1910. Emery Feb. 2i 1910. Morgan ' Feb. 21, 1910. Weber ' Not yet definitely arranged. 4 1 J t Farmers' Institutes. Owing to a lack of time it will not I t be possible to hold a Farmers school in each county of the state. A schedule -" of institutes has been arranged, how ever, and it is suggested that where thesa meetings arc held thait a local committee be appointed to create an interest, arrange fo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

I 14 THE DESEJRJ5T FARMER SATURDAY, JULY 3. 19 09. I Osborne Mower 1 jPiLv j e man frame is cast in one W ",fc ?C "BVtUs piece and extends to the wheels I 11 fiy7? and is so made that the bearings H v lrm 8lB t1 plate on both sides. This keeps H f J'jSHpn) 1G main sna from springing H jv fcmJMJ when a wheel drops into a hole. H jr flS e gearn is completely en- H H SBE closed. No other machine so I Hi L 1 1 m.T 19 r 135-139 so. suu st. J. F. BURTON Utan implement-Vehicle Co. salt lale city gwi. Mgr. I I HORTICULTURE H SEVIER VALLEY A FRUIT SEC- H TION. H We believe the Sevier valley, this H season, will grow a larger percentage H of fruit than any section in Utah, the H Colorado slope excepted. When the H Farmers' Institute car was in Sevier H valley, we made life miserable for the B poor unfortunate who had charge of H the horticultural branch. All because H he had the shameless and calloused H nerve to tell us this valley is a vcri- M table Eden for growing any kind of fl fruit exc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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